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polling booth

noun as in voting booth

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He added that whoever had a score to settle with the government should do so at the polling booth at local elections on March 30.

For example, upon exiting the polling booth he sang the Israeli national anthem, HaTikva.

When he got into the polling booth, he pretended to be bewildered about whom to choose, and demanded the precinct worker tell him.

But when it came to the polling booth this enthusiasm evaporated.

If I went into the polling booth today, I would pull the lever for John McCain.

The red herring of annexation was drawn across the trail, and many a farmer followed it to the polling booth.

He represents that vast army of electors whom neither canvasser nor caucus has ever yet cajoled or bullied into a polling-booth.

They would drive the Presbyterians from the bench and the polling-booth as the Presbyterians had driven them.

Thomas Brogan dare not leave the polling-booth for his life, until Mr. Carew took him on his car.

Instead of the polling-booth, where nothing counts but heads, you would set for the two parties another trysting place.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to polling booth, such as: ballot box, polling place, balloting place, polls, and voting machine.

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